Melbourne-based folk/blues/Americana artist Héloise is an eclectic song weaver who pens earnest music that warms the soul.
Héloise started her career at the ripe age of 15 in Tasmania, playing countless local shows and eventually securing performances at The Festival of Voices, The Falls Festival, Junction Arts Festival and Party In The Paddock.
The young songwriter officially debuted in 2013 with her EP ‘Birds In My Mouth’, which was warmly received by fans and media alike.
Héloise had a massive 2014, winning the 2014 Melbourne Music Bank and releasing single ‘This Is Home’. The single scored airplay on Triple J, ABC Radio and over 100 community radio stations throughout Australia. She quickly followed up with single ‘The Harvest’, which scored airplay on Triple J Unearthed.
Her latest single Old Salt, taken from her sophomore EP Nothin' But The Bones has received airplay on over 150 radio stations since its March 2016 release, including Triple J's Roots N All program, as well as being added to rotation on Triple J Unearthed. She celebrated the release with a national tour, which was warmly received across the nation.
In 2017 Héloise can be seen featured on routes 70 and 75 trams in Melbourne as part of Bank Of Melbourne's 'Meet The Maker' campaign.
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